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The Cook Islands will support an agreement designed to give Pacific nations more control over the region’s albacore tuna fishery says MMR Secretary Ben Ponia.

Budget to be tabled on 29 October

Friday October 24, 2014

After months of delay due to July’s snap elections, a budget with details on government spending for the remainder of the financial year is set to be tabled in Parliament next week.

A visiting delegation from Papua New Guinea currently in Rarotonga is fulfilling a long-held dream by coming to the Cook Islands.

Prime Minister Henry Puna and Atiu Member of Parliament Nandi Glassie did not receive preferential treatment, say police.

Demos look into Parliament controversy

Wednesday October 22, 2014

Democratic Party Leader Wilkie Rasmussen says he is seeking advice on whether further action should be taken regarding the Government’s inaugural sitting of Parliament.

George slams police integrity

Wednesday October 22, 2014

Lawyer Norman George is slamming the conduct of police in relation to two key investigations involving two of the nation’s leading politicians.

TCI share sale process continues

Tuesday October 21, 2014

The sale of a majority stake in Telecom Cook Islands has yet to be finalised, with the process described as “ongoing”.

No chikungunya in Cooks: MOH

Tuesday October 21, 2014

The chikungunya virus outbreak currently spreading in French Polynesia has yet to make it to the shores of the Cook Islands, says a top health Official.

CIP to appeal Mitiaro decision

Tuesday October 21, 2014

The Cook Islands Party has announced it has filed an appeal of a High Court’s decision concerning a petition filed for the constituency of Mitiaro.

Prime Minister Henry Puna has formally congratulated Kiwi counterpart John Key over New Zealand’s successful bid to gain a seat on the United Nation’s security council.

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